Federal Election 2022 | WA Votes

Latest Federal Election 2022 news in Western Australia.

Coverage of the Federal Election 2022 with the latest news from Liberal, Labour and The Greens parties.

Bringing you to news and policies that matter ahead of the day WA votes.

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Federal Election 2022 | WA Votes

Latest Federal Election 2022 news in Western Australia.

Coverage of the Federal Election 2022 with the latest news from Liberal, Labour and The Greens parties.

Bringing you to news and policies that matter ahead of the day WA and Australia votes.

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Federal Election 2022 Policies

The Federal Election 2022 is fast approaching which means that there isn’t much time before we have the opportunity to vote for our preferred party. To try and make sense of all the Federal Election 2022 noise and there is plenty we have provided a breakdown of the key Federal Elections 2022 policies that are in play. 

Even though there are numerous parties, to keep it nice and simple we have only focused on the Big 3 parties – Coalition (Liberal and National parties), the Australian Labor Party and the Australian Greens.

Coalition

The Liberal & National Party (The Coalition) in terms of election key policies are focusing on:

  • Jobs
  • Lower taxes
  • Infrastructure spend
  • Supporting small business
  • Cost of living
  • Childcare
  • Tougher stance on criminals
  • Age care
  • Supporting women

> Liberal Federal Election 2022 Policies

Labor

Anthony Albanese and the Labor Party’s key election policies are focusing on:

  • Aged care
  • Urged Care Clinics
  • Medicare changes
  • Childcare
  • Climate and emissions reduction
  • Gender equality
  • Boosting the tech workforce
  • Federal Anti-Corruption Watchdog
  • Housing – Help to Buy Scheme

> Labor Federal Election 2022 Policies

Greens

Adam Bandt and The Greens always have big dreams of change with their key election policies focusing on:

  • Wiping student debt
  • Replacing coal and gas with 100% renewables
  • Dental and mental health on Medicare
  • Building affordable homes
  • More pay and secure jobs
  • Equality

> The Greens Federal Election 2022 Policies

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Meet The Federal Election 2022 Party Leaders

About Scott Morrison

Scott Morrison has been the Prime Minister of Australia since August 2018. He is a member of the Liberal Party and was elected as the leader of the party after Malcolm Turnbull was ousted in a leadership spill.

Morrison had previously served as the Treasurer of Australia, and he played a key role in the government’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. He is now running for re-election in the Australian Federal Election 2022, and he is facing tough competition from the Labor Party and its leader, Anthony Albanese.

About Anthony Albanese

Anthony Albanese is the Leader of the Opposition in Australia and the head of the Labor Party. He has been a member of parliament since 1996, and he has held a number of ministerial positions in the Labor government.

Albanese is known for his strong advocacy for workers’ rights and social justice. He has been a vocal critic of the Liberal National Party’s policies, and he has argued that more could have been done to support small businesses and protect workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Albanese is hoping to become Prime Minister at the Australian Federal Election 2022. He believes that the Labor Party can offer a better alternative for Australian voters, and he is campaigning on a platform of social justice and economic reform

About Adam Bandt

Adam Bandt is a member of the Australian Greens and has been the Federal Member for Melbourne since 2010. He is a strong advocate for environmentalism and social justice, and he has been a vocal critic of the Liberal National Party’s policies.

Bandt has been a vocal opponent of the LNP’s approach to the COVID-19 pandemic, arguing that they have put corporate interests ahead of the health of Australians. He has also called for more action to be taken on climate change, arguing that it is one of the most pressing issues facing the world today.

He believes that the Australian Greens are best placed to offer a fresh perspective on politics, and he is campaigning on a platform of environmentalism and social justice.

Federal Election 2022 FAQ

What day is the Australia Federal Election 2022?

Australia will vote on Saturday 21 May 2022.

Where can I vote?

There are two ways you can vote in the Federal Election 2022 – either before election day or on election day. To find out where you can vote visit aec.gov.au.

Who are my candidates?

Party leaders are elected by their own parties, by voting for the local candidate representing that party you are then essentially voting for who will be the next Prime Minister. Search for your local candidates via aec.gov.au.

Where to find polling locations with sausage sizzles?

One of the most important parts of Election Day is finding a voting location near you that is serving up sausage sizzles. To find your closest ‘Democracy Sausage’ follow democracysausage.org in the lead up to the big day.